LESSON PLAN
Name of Faculty: BRIJMOHAN SHARMA
Discipline: DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY
Semester/Year: 2nd  Year
Subject/Code: H C P- 2136
Lesson Plan Duration: 39 Weeks (August 2017 to April-2018)
Work Load (Lectute/Practical) per week (in Hours):  
WEEK THEORY PRACTICAL
Lecture Day Topic (Including assignment /Test) Practical Day  
1st 1st Hospitals- funcetion ,  1st Know your hospital and clinical pharmacy laboratory
2nd classificaton of hospital,
3rd  management of hospital
2nd 1st Health delivery system in india 2nd To prepare and evaluate water for injection i.p
2nd Hospital phamacy, function and objectives I
3rd Location, Layout, flow chart of material and men
3rd 1st Personel and floor, space, requirment including equipemtns 3rd To find out the suitability of dextrose used for preparation of transfusion fluid
2nd Requirment and abilityies required for hospital pharmacist
3rd Revision
4th 1st out -Patient services 4th To prepare and submit 100ml of 5 % w/v Dextrose intravenous infusion i.p
2nd In patient services
3rd Revision
5th 1st Detail discussion of unit dose system  5th To prepare and submit 100ml of 0.9% w/v of sodium chloride intravenous infusion i.p
2nd  Floo ward stock system
3rd Revision
6th 1st satellite pharmacy service , centralstrile services,  6th To prepare and submit 100ml of compound sodium chloride injection i.p(Ringer's solution)
2nd Bed side Pharmacy
3rd Revision
7th 1st individaul prescreiption order system 7th To prepare &submit 500ml of compound sodium lactate inj. i.p (Hartmann's solution)
2nd the complete floor stock system
3rd combination of individual drug order and floor stock system
8th 1st unit dose dispensing 8th To prepare &submit 100ml of sodium chloride &dextrose inj. i.p 
2nd central sterile service supply
3rd economical considerations, factor which determine the economy of hospital
9th 1st factor affectiong estimation of demands 9th To prepare & submit 100ml of 1.6%w/v sodium chloride hypertonic injection i.p
2nd Sterile manufacture, faculties and requirment
3rd Layout , product planing
10th 1st Man power requirement, liquid orals, externals  10th To prepare & submit 100ml of 1.4%w/v sodium bicarbonate i.v infusion b.p
2nd Bulk cocentrate procurement of store and testing of rometrials
3rd Revision
11th   1st sessional exam 11th 1st sessional exam
12th 1st surgical , instument and hospital equpements  12th To evaluate absorbent cotton wool i.p
2nd Helth accessorices. 
3rd Revision
13th 1st ointments 13th To determine the sinking time and water holding capacity of absorbent cotton wool i.p
2nd Pharmacy and therapeutic committee 
3rd Hospoital formulary system, orgination 
14th 1st orgination  funcetioning, composition  14th To determine loss on drying ofabsorbent cotton wool I.P
2nd Durg information services 
3rd Durg information bulletin 
15th 1st Surgical dressings cotton gauze 15th Todetermine no. of threads per 10cm of absorbent cotton ribbon gauze B.P
2nd Bandages and adhesive 
3rd Pharmacopoeial test for quality 
16th 1st I.V. sets B.g. sets, Ryals Tubes 16th To determine weight per unit area of absorbent cotton ribbon gauze B.P
2nd Catheters Syeinges 
3rd Revision
17th 1st application of computer in manteance of records  17th To determine sulphated ash of absorbent cotton wool I.P 
2nd Inventory control 
3rd Medication monitoring Drug information and data storage
18th 1st Retrieval in hospital and detal pharmacy  18th To study different types of sterilizers (Autoclave, hot air oven, membrane filter)
2nd Introduction to clinical Pharmacy Practice 
3rd Defination of scope 
19th 1st modern dispensing aspects  19th To sterilize surgical instruments
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
20th 1st  Pharmacitsts patient councelling  20th To sterilize syringes,needles and glasswares
2nd Revision
3rd medication  history
21st 1st clinical pharmacy, aim of clinical pharmacy 21st To sterilize rubber gloves and rubber tubings
2nd Qualities of clinical pgharmacist, scope of clinical pharmacy
3rd Revision
22nd 1st Revision 22nd To sterilize hospital fabrics
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
23rd   Winter Vacations 23rd Winter Vacations
24th 1st Revision 24th Revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
25th   2nd sessional exam 25th 2nd sessional exam
26th 1st Pathophysicologyof disease symptoms  of Pathophysicology 26th To sterilize surgical dressings
2nd Pathophysicology of tuberculosis ,
3rd Pathophysicology of Hepatitis
27th 1st Pathophysicology of rhenumatiod arthritis 27th To study the role of pharmacist in first aid treatment
2nd cardiovascus -vascular disease , 
3rd Epilepsy , Diabetes Peptic Ulcer Hypertension 
28th 1st Physiological Parameters and their significance 28th  To study the role of pharmacist in improving patient compliance
2nd aletration of excretion, pharmacodynamics interaction
3rd adverse drug reaction, significance of adverse drug reasction
29th 1st Drug induced disease, drug interaction, seconfdry effects, idiosyncracy, hypersentivity 29th To study the role of pharmacist in family planning
2nd m echanism of durg  interaction 
3rd drug Idrug interaction of  analgesies , diuretics cardiovascular drugs 
30th 1st Gastro interaction drugs 30th Revision
2nd vitamins and hypoglycemic agents
3rd drug food interection
31st 1st adverse drug reactions, def and significance  31st Revision
2nd drug induce disease 
3rd teratogenicity
32nd 1st clinical toxicity, interaction, general treatment of poisoning 32nd Revision
2nd systemetic antidote
3rd treatment of insecticide poisoning,
33rd 1st heavy metal poisoning, 33rd Revision
2nd narcotic drugs
3rd barbiturates, 
34th 1st Revision 34th Revision
2nd organophosphorous poisoning
3rd Revision
35th 1st drug dependence, drug abuse, addictive drugs 35th Revision
2nd bioavalibility and factors affecting it
3rd Revision
36th 1st 3rd sessional exam(tentative) 36th 3rd sessional exam
2nd
3rd
37th 1st Revision 37th Revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
38th 1st Revision 38th Revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
39th 1st Revision 39th Revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision